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About Ketchikan

Unlike other Alaskan destinations, Ketchikan’s history is rooted in its native heritage, giving guests a chance to delve into a different side of Alaska.

Known as the salmon capital of the world, this island began as an Indian fishing camp and possesses a collection of the world’s oldest totem pokes at Totem Heritage centre, the most totem poles anywhere in the state.

At only three miles long, guests can wander along Ketchikan’s lively waterfront and admire the multicoloured houses on stilts, while fishermen haul in fresh seafood.

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